• The closure of our school libraries has made it difficult for students to access enough books to read, specifically fiction. The District Librarian has created a blog to provide information on free online reading materials. Access the blog here: https://www.cassiaschools.org/Page/6638
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Cassia 411 Podcast

  • Critchfield Talks Soft Closure and Other Informational Items

    by Debbie Critchfield Length: 17:37

    Stop this ride, we want to get off. These are troubling times. Some thoughts and procedural items are shared on this episode. If you have more questions, please email webmaster@cassiaschools.org.

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  • Corona Virus and Influenza: What we have been told

    by Debbie Critchfield Length: 11:07

    Debbie Citchfield shares what guidance the district has received from state, local and federal sources and what the district is talking about on this subject. She isn't a doctor and doesn't play one on TV. Simply sharing the national and state recommendations!

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  • Mrs. Beck Talks Out of the Box Learning

    by Debbie Critchfield Length: 15:19

    Mrs. Jodie Beck, twelfth grade English teacher at Burley High School, organized a creative and innovative way to teach a staple of the classroom. Listen to her explain the project and more talk about how students learn to be adults.

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  • Mrs. Harper Talks Tech Center and Career Skills

    by Debbie Critchfield Length: 16:24

    Hear from CADD (You will learn this acronym) Teacher, Lisha Harper about the advantages of a technical education and how her program and other programs help students beyond high school.

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  • Ms. Hulst talks reading challenges, literacy and developing readers.

    by Debbie Critchfield Length: 13:07

    She's new to our district this year and sets high goals for her students. We sat down with John Evans teacher, Natalie Hulst, to talk about developing readers. She has some great tips for kids and famlies on how to promote reading. Fundamental to all learning is the ability to read. First we learn to read, then we read to learn. You'll wish your kid had her for a teacher (although we have many awesome teachers) and you'll enjoy hearing her insights!

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